“How was your day?” Timmy asked.
“Shut up,” said Mandy, her words dropping like boulders on Timmy’s head, shattering to pieces on the floor.
“That bad?” He wanted to run over to her quickly and abrasively grab her arms, telling her it would all be O.K., that suffering did not exist, pulling her toward him in a grand manner; their embrace matching that of blackandwhiteromances, but life was not like that; reality was never black and white.
NB. Some sections of the book are written ‘scriptio continua’, that is without spaces or other marks between words or sentences and are an integral and intentional element of the story.
Poetic Fiction isn’t a genre that I tend to read on a regular basis, unless as a specific review request. However the premise for ‘And The Soft Wind Blows, offered such a unique and interesting reading experience, that I was just too intrigued to pass up the review offer from its author, Lance Umenhofer.
If you want to find out more about the book, you can click on the book image, or to find out more about both book and author, click here …
Check out some of the moving poetry and prose Lance has written, by clicking through from his website homepage, to the blog link … you won’t be disappointed!
WHAT IS ‘BOOK BEGINNINGS’ AND HOW CAN YOU JOIN IN THE FUN
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I can’t wait to do a little blog hopping myself and check out all the great Book Beginnings you have!
As this was an invitation to read and review, a complimentary PDF document of ‘And The Soft Wind Blows’, was gifted to me, by its author, Lance Umenhofer.
This will in no way influence any comments I may express about the book, in any blog article I may post. Any thoughts or comments are my own personal opinion and I am in no way being monetarily compensated for this, or any other article.